Mega social networks She tries to position herself in a very trendy niche for live sound. Facebook quietly launched a test phase for a new conference app called Hotline on Wednesday. Particularly inspired by
Clubhouse, the chat app launched a year agoWhich has grown very quickly thanks to the pandemic.
The new service from The social networking site Facebook Emphasizes the ability to ask questions in writing, which is not possible in the Clubhouse. Consequently, speakers can choose who to invite “on stage” to speak at the conference.
Ability to activate video and conference recording
“With Hotline, we hope to understand how interactive Q&A and multimedia sessions can help people learn from experts. It also helps experts develop their businesses,” Facebook Detailed.
Unlike Clubhouse, there will be possibility to activate videos and Conferences It will be recorded. The Organizer will receive a digital copy.
The application Thus building an image that is more professional and calibrated, less spontaneous and mysterious than the rising star of social media, which has made widespread intimacy a tenet of her.
The functionality of live video and audio on Facebook and Instagram has already been expanded
The experiment is being carried out by a Facebook Research and Development group led by Eric Hazard, who joined The social networking site FacebookWhen the California Group purchased the “tbh” question-and-answer app.
“We are trying out multimedia products like CatchUp, Venue, Collab and BARS (collaborative music apps) and it’s encouraging to see how these formats help people connect. Other communities are forming,” added Emily Haskell, Facebook Communications Director.
Under the effect of Zoom video conferencing service Then from the club,
Facebook has already doubled and expanded its live video and audio functions, On the network and on Instagram. The California group is also developing a competitor in the Clubhouse within its Messenger “lounges”.
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